Queen Elizabeth Wants The Royal Children Out Of The Spotlight
There’s a new report that suggests Queen Elizabeth wants to see the royal children out of the public spotlight. As a matter of fact, Her Majesty is none too pleased seeing Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Savannah Phillips supposedly making headlines for their goofy antics whenever they are with their parents at one of the family’s royal engagements.
Princess Diana’s former bodyguard, Ken Wharfe, recently told People Magazine that the Queen doesn’t like to see the media focusing so much on the royal children, when they should be living much more private lives away from the cameras.
“The Queen doesn’t like too much, too early. Her belief is that they are children and should stay out of the limelight,” Ken said in an interview with the publication. ” George will know exactly who he is, and William and Kate will want to make sure that his moment of entering royal glory is kept away as long as possible.”
Seeing how Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are all growing up in the age of the digital world, it might be hard for them to keep a low profile all together. After all, there are millions of royal fans from all over the world who not only love keeping up with the Cambridges, but seeing the royal children grow up, too. While Kate Middleton and Prince William has made every effort to make sure that the paparazzi stay away from their children, the photographers still love focusing on the royal kids during any of the monarchy’s royal events.
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